Charleston South Carolina = Southern Charm – Food & A Tour by Horse Carriage

Larry the carriage horse is taking a break. He is a 5 years old Belgian and was part of an Amish team. He now pulls for Old South Carriage Company.

Larry the Belgian Draft on his break. We were escorted by a young driver named River, who was also our tour guide. River loves horses. I was taking pics of the streets as we went along. Enjoy. The tour guide was very entertaining and made us laugh. River had much to tell us of the history of the areas where we toured.

Leaving the stable

We had a fun tour. I loved it and recommend the carriage tour. The horses are well cared for and healthy and are bred for their strength, stamina and patience. See the information here. Tour: Old South Carriage Tours

We went to the Charleston Market and strolled thru’ there before we stopped for lunch at Henry’s Seafood and Jazz Restaurant on North Market and Anson Streets. My fresh Mahi Mahi Fish Taco was really delicious. My friend had the Chicken Salad sandwich, all in all we had an outstanding lunch in pleasant surroundings. Charleston South Carolina has an international reputation as a culinary city in the USA.

Henry’s Seafood and Jazz restaurant serves good food. I had fish tacos. Today’s fish special was fresh grilled Mahi Mahi. It was perfectly grilled and dressed with mango, pepper, and cabbage, with a dressing of sour cream with herbs.

Such a nice day with my dear friend, Linda, who invited me to visit her.

“Fun, fun, fun…”

And now we are prepping for the hurricane Dorian. Yup! Thrills of the 3rd kind.

I left Charleston a day earlier than planned. Missed the storm/hurricane while my friends spent a couple of days doing puzzles together. 

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen.

Have a perfectly happy day wherever you may be.

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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2 Responses to Charleston South Carolina = Southern Charm – Food & A Tour by Horse Carriage

  1. dawnkinster says:

    Love Charleston, haven’t been there in a real long time. I love the shop window with the chandelier. I almost moved to Charleston way back in 1985. Wonder how my life might have been different if I had accepted that job offer.

    • kunstkitchen says:

      Well Charleston is fun and beautiful. It floods regularly, the city streets, I mean. They need to raise the wall by the river. I heard the mayor talking about it on tv. Didn’t sound like there was a serious effort to get it done.
      Yeah, Sometimes, I think life is a chance and then you live it.

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